Monday, October 25, 2004

Playing God

Another hot day today as the city awaits the approaching summer. You would be forgiven for mistaking it to be summertime already after the heat of the weekend, yet summer still remains more than a month away on the calendar.

I watched my second episode of John Safran Vs God just before, in which, among other things, he attempts to reverse a World Cup football curse on the Australian team, exposes the secret underwear of the Mormons, finds World Trade Center predictions encoded in the lyrics of Vanilla Ice and points out that religions can find something about just about anything in order to justify a religious boycott. His high pitched, whiney voice tends to annoy me at times, but his adventures and antics are pretty funny.

While driving home from work today, I noticed an especially brilliant sunset shining through the parted afternoon clouds. Not wanting to miss this heavenly sight, I quickly looked for a place to stop for a photo, though something about the shot wasn't quite right. When I arrived home, I decided to play God with the photo a bit. Notice anything a little out of the ordinary?

God, is that you? Oh no, it's just the sun.


Blogger aa said...

Love the picture.

10/26/2004 07:10:00 pm  

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